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HLN 42 Create, Collaborate, and Share with LiveBinders

by Robin Lindbeck on May 25, 2012

notebook curration curate present presentation

 

 

 

 

Livebinders website

 

How can you use Livebinder to support your learning or the learning of others?


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networking

 

SalesForce Chatter
Yammer

A comparison of the free versions of Chatter and Yammer
Set-up Yammer for a small group (similarly can be done with Chatter)
Yammer & Chatter and Getting into Hot Water

 

How can you use Yammer or Chatter to support learning?
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HLN 34: Collaborative Cloud-Based Video Editing with WeVideo

March 7, 2012

        WeVideo – web-based, collaborative video editor AnyVideoConverter website (we also discussed it on the podcast in show #9 )   How can you use WeVideo to support learning? Leave us a comment and let us know! Listen to this podcast (or right-click link and “save target as” to download mp3) Subscribe […]

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HLN 31: LMS + Google Docs = Shared Doc for Small Groups

February 15, 2012

        Google docs home page                       How might you use Google docs sharing to make it easier for small groups to collaborate? Leave us a comment and let us know! Listen to this podcast (or right-click link and “save target as” to […]

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HLN 30: Share comments verbally with VoiceThread

February 8, 2012

VoiceThread home page VoiceThread digital library with examples of educational uses Wiki for VoiceThread users Information for planning a VoiceThread Wiki with links to ideas and samples Penn State VoiceThread webpage (with links to additional resources)   How do you use voicethread to support learning? Leave us a comment and let us know! Listen to […]

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HLN 25: A Picture..and a Shared Whiteboard…is Worth a Thousand Words

December 7, 2011

            Online Shared Whiteboard: Scriblink! Scriblink shared whiteboard page Scriblink features include: Privacy: the board is all yours, open only to the people you choose to invite Dynamic Tools: use shapes, hundreds of colors, a size bar, a text feature, and a grid to help guide your drawings File Options: […]

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HLN #19: Brainstorming, Processing And More With Wallwisher

October 27, 2011

    Wallwisher Resources: Wallwisher webpage A PDF Guide to Using Wallwisher, pdf document   How can you use Wallwisher to support learning? Leave us a comment and let us know!   Listen to this podcast (or right-click link and “save target as” to download mp3) Subscribe to this podcast via iTunes, RSS or email.

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HLN #18: OneNote to Organize and Keep Track of Everything

October 20, 2011

        OneNote Resources: OneNote Webpage OneNote Demo OneNote Blog OneNote on YouTube   How can you use OneNote (or Evernote) to support learning? Leave us a comment and let us know!   Listen to this podcast (or right-click link and “save target as” to download mp3) Subscribe to this podcast via iTunes, […]

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HLN #17: Wikis!

October 13, 2011

      Wiki Resources: Brief history of the first wiki (Wikipedia) Wiki’s in plain english video (Common Craft) WikiSpaces website, embeddable widgets, help specifically for educators, wikispaces for educators, 5 quick video tours/tutorials   Everything Wiki (wikis in education, corporate wikis, articles, examples, and lots more!) 50 Ways to Use Wiki’s for a More […]

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HLN 13: Manage Your Online Reading With Google Reader

August 25, 2011

          (whoops, we originally posted the wrong audio for this episode.  Corrected as of Aug 28. Sorry about that!)   Google Reader Resources: Google Reader home page (you’ll need to sign in first.) Google Reader help page Google Reader blog. Consider subscribing to keep up to date on the newest happens […]

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